108 store locations pop Midcentury Home Design Photos

Madison Modern Home
14 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Living Room - Small Bungalow
Ideabooks8,490
Questions8
Can you please tell me the local Los Angeles furniture store? I am local..
unique items come from places like Goodwill and other thrift stores. We love them for their great selection -- and, of course, low prices!
Hi - The lamps are vintage and we found them in an antiques/vintage store in Los Angeles.
Hi - We purchased the sofa from a local Los Angeles furniture store, but they don't have a website. I know West Elm used to carry a similar sofa
Color scheme option. B+W for Kipness continuity with color pop.
A yellow midcentury modern armchair pops atop Ikea's Navajo-inspired Lappljung Ruta rug in a modern bungalow in the East Los Angeles neighborhood of Atwater
“love the chair style” — chrisdcarroll
Ryan
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks7,268
Questions11
refurbished material from various location such as the Re-Store (Habitat for Humanity), garage sales, vintage stores and flea markets.
realize there are many shades of white, but seriously people, go to the paint store and get some samples and figure it out. What you see on a computer screen
Thank you so much! It's actually a recycled fur shelf I picked up from a store that recycles various materials from homes and businesses. I purchased the
Sofa stile and pop of color
“sofa” — taraleigh_bee
Ryan
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks3,529
Questions11
refurbished material from various location such as the Re-Store (Habitat for Humanity), garage sales, vintage stores and flea markets.
color theme, white with color pop
White over pop
“Chantilly Lace (stark)” — Melissa Williams
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Lisa Hallett Taylor
Living Room
Ideabooks4,253
Questions6
Hi: It's vintage, from either a thrift store or Midcentury antique store. I believe it is teak or Danish Modern, so I would suggest
something online that matches it and maybe get a small jar from your paint store to try it out on the wall or room you're interested in. Good luck!
you're talking about the lamp on the buffet, the owner got it at a thrift store or estate sale, so it is basically one of a kind. The lamp over the dining
lamp making, try reworking something you find in a thrift or consignment store. The stunning lamp on this sideboard reminds me of the large-scale and often
shade have made it the star of this room. Its sheer size gives the space pop and interest.
shade have made it the star of this room. Its sheer size gives the space pop and interest.How to Fix Up a Thrifted Lamp
“lampara colgada” — agsc
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks25,863
Questions16
The orange desk accessories are from the Container Store.
The shelving is the Elfa system from the Container Store. The desk
Container Store, Bisley is the brand and I think they come in white.
The desk top is simply a piece of white melamine from a local hardware store with IKEA
"Jam". The desk is simply a sheet of white melamine from a local hardware store.
I want lots of shelves in the office. The pop of color is nice and refreshing.
This isn't my favorite, but I like the clean color "outside" with a pop of color "inside."
“Wall shelves” — nunubug1969
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks6,338
Questions9
So, our suggestion is to create a light neutral palate, and then add some pops of color with things that you love. As you go, try to add some smaller accent
labelled 'porch and floor paint'. Do good preparation and consult your paint store for specific instructions based on the product you purchase.
white and ivory (couch) with pops of pastels and rust orange
pastel pop inspo for front porch...paint all white love color pops...Furniture is the pop of colour
“Sunroom chairs” — Alex
Daphne Steinberg Interior Design
3 Reviews
Sunny Nob Hill Apartment
Ideabooks1,159
Questions5
particular rug at HD Buttercup in San Francisco- they also have an online store so you might find it there. But you could also just look for any flokati
love the yellow artwork and the rug. just pops
Love the pop of color on wall...The pop of color.....painting pop...White and pops of colour
“couch” — ange_gilbert
Ana Williamson Architect
7 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
Ideabooks30,950
Questions25
building a new home and love the color palette. Its hard to go to the paint store and find something on a swatch that I know is gonna look good on the whole
Adding a pop of color to the exterior is always a bright idea!
Great pop of color on the front door. Bold palette.
that ‘pops’ can be hugely cheering. A relatively small effort can make a huge difference to your home’s exterior.
numbers in the Products section2. Paint the front door. A front door that pops can be hugely cheering. Read up on all of the options in Houzz's series on
Interrupt with bold colour A pop of
“funky beachhouse” — Donna
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